The Trump administration is planning to repeal net neutrality which could change the internet for millions of Americans. CNBC'S Tom Chitty explains.
Take Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick says his company is in the business of exciting, entertaining, captivating and engaging people, monetization comes second.
Goldman Sachs raises its rating for Activision Blizzard shares to buy from neutral, predicting strong sales results for its future titles.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch lowers its price target and profit forecasts for Electronic Arts due to poor sales of its "Star Wars" title.
Virtual reality has the potential to realign our mental clocks with how we were meant to learn in the real world.
Eon Reality is looking to hire more than 100 new workers as the U.S. is set to spend some $3B on VR alone this year.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Ninetendo CEO Reggie Fils-Aime to discuss innovations in technology, platforms and global strategy.
Tencent was the first company in Asia to pass $500 billion market cap mark.
Gamers can no longer pay with bitcoin on the gaming platform Steam.
CryptoKitties' popularity indicates blockchain technology still has a long way to go to reach its hype.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter believes game publisher behavior will be change following the EA "Star Wars" game controversy.
App developer Hamish Finlayson talks to CNBC's Sri Jegarajah about his latest "ASD and Me" app at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Leading gaming YouTube personalities believe EA will be forced to change its practices after the "Star Wars Battlefront II" controversy.
The trick for many publishers is balancing these in-game payments.
Hawaiian state representatives vowed to take action to protect kids from EA "Star Wars" game's predatory practices.
Nick Nash, group president at Sea, says his firm has noted a blending of generations and genders in the online gaming world.
HQ Trivia is a livestreamed gameshow where you can win money if you get 12 questions right.
For two years, investors have wondered whether Vivendi would launch a takeover bid for Ubisoft. Now they've got an answer.
Eccles had been kicking around new startup ideas since FanDuel and DraftKings, rival fantasy sports sites, agreed to a merger last year, Recode reports.
KeyBanc Capital Markets says game publishers should raise prices for its titles due to the medium's low cost per hour of entertainment.
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